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Eggfirst appoints Kaanchan Shah as Client Services Director

23-June-2015
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Eggfirst appoints Kaanchan Shah as Client Services Director

Eggfirst, the Mumbai based advertising agency recently appointed Kaanchan Shah as Client Services Director. This will be her second time working with the agency.

Talking about her move Shah said, “Eggfirst has always been like second home. My earlier stint as Senior Account Director Planning left an indelible mark and coming back was inevitable.”

Shah previously worked with fashion accessory brand Baggit-India and earlier with JWT-Fortune.

Commenting on the appointment, Ravikant Banka, CMD, Eggfirst says, “Kaanchan brings for clients more than two decades of rich experience in marketing and a rock-steady commitment to excellence. Considering the pace of our expansion and the vision for future, she is a delightful addition to the management team to help us achieve the planned growth.”
 

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